Workers from Frazier Masonry Corporation tilted up the first wall on Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, on the biggest industrial space development since the recession at 3700 Bay Lake Trail in North Las Vegas near Pecos and Gowan roads.
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When the Federal Aviation Administration considered Nevada as a potential site for unmanned aerial vehicle tests last year, regulators were impressed with the state’s wide-open spaces. Now there’s another allure: indoor spaces
Among the best states for business, the Silver State ranks No. 29 overall, a new analysis shows. In CNBC’s annual list of top states for business, released in June, Nevada jumped 18 spaces from No. 47 to No. 29.
Downtown Project, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s land redevelopment initiative, has circled Aug. 25 as the re-opening of the Bunkhouse Saloon, which dates to the 1950s.
Rural Nevada residents received some good news this week when e-Care Nevada and the Nevada Hospital Association said aerial construction has begin on the Nevada Broadband Telemedicine Initiative — the only all-fiber, public-use network of its kind to link Las Vegas and Reno.
A New Mexico television station reported Wednesday some citizens are offering land in metro Albuquerque, N.M., for a Tesla battery plant. Tesla is considering New Mexico, Nevada, California, Texas, Arizona for the plant.
A company that is moving to Northern Nevada will produce 1,650 all-electric utility vehicles by the end of the year at a $20.1 million, 150,000-square-foot production facility in Sparks.
Gaming expansion in Maryland is expected to challenge Penn National’s casino development in Charles Town, West Virginia.
Welcome to the future home of MGM Resorts International’s construction, training and job recruitment center for the $925 million MGM National Harbor.
If General Manager Chad Barnhill needs a case study to follow when the $442 million Horseshoe Casino Baltimore opens this summer, he can look a few states to the west.
Las Vegas is about to get an edge city - a second downtown that will be distinctly un-Vegas.
Small-business owners in downtown Las Vegas are flocking to the newest commercial hub — the rehabbed former John E. Carson Hotel at Sixth and Carson streets, not too far from Container Park and down the block from the popular La Comida Mexican restuarant.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., and officials from several Southern Nevada chambers of commerce on Tuesday plan to hold a news conference in Las Vegas to promote immigration reform as a job creator that will boost the Nevada economy.
Nashville, Tenn.-based Asurion LLC to locate 800-job call center at Montecito Point office complex near U.S. Highway 95 and the Las Vegas Beltway.
Former prominent Las Vegas developer Jim Rhodes has initiated a proposed land exchange with the Bureau of Land Management to consolidate property he intends to farm in northwest Arizona.
Some companies being honored at the 2014 SBA Nevada Small Business Awards sell goods or services, and some work behind the scenes to help businesses grow. But all came from modest beginnings, and all of them are committed to their communities.
A new animation movie company called Dancing Bear Entertainment is talking with North Las Vegas about buying its former city hall for the company’s home base. Lt. Gov. Brian Krolicki is also working with the company and has introduced the group to the Nevada Film Office.
Southern Nevada’s credit freeze is thawing, and that means better times for small businesses that need financing. It’s also a boost for the region’s economy, because smaller companies employ most of the local workforce and help spur spending in every industry.
It won’t be long before pilots flying for the world’s busiest air tour operation may be seeing unmanned aircraft near where they fly hundreds of thousands of tourists each year.
Gov. Brian Sandoval and members of his economic development team on Wednesday kicked off a two-day trade mission to Canada with meetings scheduled in Ottawa and Toronto. The trade mission includes a reception for the Nevada businesses in attendance to network with Canadian companies to enhance export opportunities.
Nevada’s food and agricultural exports reached a milestone in 2013 with sales surpassing 2012 sales by $19.5 million, the state Department of Agriculture reported Thursday.
A new report for the first time tallies local job growth that never happened because of a shortage of large industrial buildings. The Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance was scheduled to release the study Wednesday.